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3CDC Plan Would Bring 21 New Liquor Licenses Downtown

· Feb 25, 2015 10:07 am

A plan proposed by the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation and backed by most members of City Council and Mayor John Cranley could pave the way for as many as 21 new liquor licenses downtown.
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Slow Ride

A proposed East Side bike trail is one of the final pieces needed to connect Cincinnati to a statewide network of trails. So what’s the holdup?

· Feb 25, 2015 09:47 am

Picture an epic trip on a dedicated bike trail from downtown Cincinnati to the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland. Or, if you’re less ambitious, visualize a Saturday jaunt from Milford to downtown. Both are surprisingly close to reality.
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County Commissioners: No to Mount Airy Morgue, Crime Lab

· Feb 25, 2015 10:00 am

Hamilton County Commissioners announced Feb. 23 that they do not intend to continue pursuing a plan to move the county’s morgue, crime lab and other offices to the former Mercy Hospital in Mount Airy.
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Trade Offs

Proposed redevelopment in Walnut Hills brings up tough questions about affordable housing

· Feb 18, 2015 12:31 pm

Seventy-four-year-old Pearlie Young says she likes her apartment on Chapel Street in Walnut Hills, where she has lived for four years. ...

Attorney General Rejects Initial Weed Legalization Language

· Feb 25, 2015 10:04 am

An effort to legalize marijuana in Ohio hit an obstacle Feb. 23 as Attorney General Mike DeWine rejected an early draft of a legalization group’s potential ballot initiative.
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Faulty Math?

Gov. Kasich’s quirky education-funding formula lists Indian Hill beside the state’s have-nots

· Feb 11, 2015 01:12 pm

One of the state’s wealthiest school districts is among those on the list to receive an increase in state aid under a new plan submitted by Gov. John Kasich.  ...

Going for the Green

An Ohio group wants voters to legalize marijuana and constrict cultivation to a few select investors

· Feb 4, 2015 11:59 am

If a group of former athletes, entrepreneurs, developers and other investors gets its way, a high-profile ballot initiative seeking to change Ohio’s constitution could make it legal to light up a joint in the state. ...

Talking Points

Black Lives Matter Cincinnati continues the discussion over racial disparities in the justice system

· Jan 28, 2015 10:06 am

More than 70 people sat in the chilly auditorium at Truth and Destiny Covenant Church in Mount Airy Jan. 24 listening raptly to two attorneys talk about traffic stops.
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Let's be real: House of Cards premieres tonight; most of us probably won't leave the house this weekend

· Feb 27, 2015 02:04 pm

After fans were teased by its brief availability online two weeks ago — a “bug,” they say — the next chapter of House of Cards is finally here. Since some of us are guilty of binge-watching both previous seasons, it’s been more than a year since many viewers have spent some quality ti...

Freekbass Signs with Ropeadope

Cincinnati Funk artist inks deal with diverse and esteemed independent label

· Feb 27, 2015 12:33 pm

Veteran Cincinnati Funk bassist/singer/songwriter Freekbass announced this week that he has signed a deal with the esteemed Ropeadope Records. Freekbass’ next album — the follow-up to last year’s self-released Everybody’s Feelin’ Real (which you can stream/purchase here) — is currently s...

Morning News and Stuff

Hamilton County Justice Center featured on reality TV; rally on Fountain Square tomorrow will memorialize trans murder victims; FCC says yes to net neutrality

· Feb 27, 2015 11:00 am

Hey all! It’s Friday. I have work to do. Let’s keep this brief, shall we, while avoiding a stupid debate about the color of any pictures of women’s wear that might be floating around the Internet. (I see both blue and black and white and gold depending on when I look. Yes, I am special).Paging...

 

Slow Ride

A proposed East Side bike trail is one of the final pieces needed to connect Cincinnati to a statewide network of trails. So what’s the holdup?

· Feb 25, 2015 09:47 am

Picture an epic trip on a dedicated bike trail from downtown Cincinnati to the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland. Or, if you’re less ambitious, visualize a Saturday jaunt from Milford to downtown. Both are surprisingly close to reality.
...

Trade Offs

Proposed redevelopment in Walnut Hills brings up tough questions about affordable housing

· Feb 18, 2015 12:31 pm

Seventy-four-year-old Pearlie Young says she likes her apartment on Chapel Street in Walnut Hills, where she has lived for four years. ...

Going for the Green

An Ohio group wants voters to legalize marijuana and constrict cultivation to a few select investors

· Feb 4, 2015 11:59 am

If a group of former athletes, entrepreneurs, developers and other investors gets its way, a high-profile ballot initiative seeking to change Ohio’s constitution could make it legal to light up a joint in the state. ...

Faulty Math?

Gov. Kasich’s quirky education-funding formula lists Indian Hill beside the state’s have-nots

· Feb 11, 2015 01:12 pm

One of the state’s wealthiest school districts is among those on the list to receive an increase in state aid under a new plan submitted by Gov. John Kasich.  ...

Talking Points

Black Lives Matter Cincinnati continues the discussion over racial disparities in the justice system

· Jan 28, 2015 10:06 am

More than 70 people sat in the chilly auditorium at Truth and Destiny Covenant Church in Mount Airy Jan. 24 listening raptly to two attorneys talk about traffic stops.
...

A Growing Hunger

Cincinnati’s food insecurity problem is growing and experts say it needs serious attention

· Jan 21, 2015 10:05 am

The region’s hunger problem isn’t relegated to a few isolated pockets. More than 133,000 families receive food assistance in Hamilton County, according to the Ohio Children’s Hunger Alliance, a statewide group. ...

 
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